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  1. EmacsWiki: Line Wrap
    By default, when a line extends past the width of the window, Emacs wraps it,
    either displaying a backslash (`\') in the buffer or placing a bent arrow (↩) in the ...

  2. EmacsWiki: Visual Line Mode
    Feb 9, 2013 ... According to the NEWS file, Visual Line mode provides support for editing by
    visual lines. It turns on word-wrapping in the current buffer, and ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Mode Line Configuration
    The Emacs ModeLine is configurable, offering special modes and functions that
    change its functionality. Display of some standard information in the mode line is

  4. EmacsWiki: Move Line
    This is a move-line function (by Joe Smith) that was discussed on the gnu-help
    mailing list back in 2008. This function allows the current line to be transposed up

  5. EmacsWiki: Hide Mode Line
    mode-line-hack.el is a ModeLineConfiguration by JaeyounChung will let you
    hide the ModeLine whenever there is only one Window displayed in the Frame.

  6. EmacsWiki: Truncate Lines
    See PhysicalLineMove for a minor-mode that changes line movement commands
    (C-n, C-p, C-a, C-e) to take into account wrapped lines; useful if you don't want ...

  7. EmacsWiki: Power Line
    Nov 28, 2013 ... PowerLine. Some code to modify mode-line to display things like in the VIM
    powerline (https://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-powerline).

  8. EmacsWiki: Find Long Lines
    Aug 24, 2013 ... Command 'goto-long-line' goes to the next line that is at least LEN characters
    long. Use a prefix arg to provide LEN . Plain 'C-u' (no number) ...

  9. EmacsWiki: Header Line
    Sep 7, 2012 ... The header line is a fixed line displayed at the top of an Emacs window. This
    feature is new in GnuEmacs 21 (and is not in XEmacs).

  10. EmacsWiki: Backward Kill Line
    May 8, 2015 ... KillingAndYanking a line backwards can be done with 'M-0 C-k' or 'C-u 0 C-k' .
    Deleting words backwards with 'C-DEL' or 'M-DEL' ...



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